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Contemporary Roman Catholics

The Holy Trinity Contemporary Roman Catholic Young Adults group (CRC) is a dynamic group of young adults in New York dedicated to providing social interaction, community service and spiritual growth.

The group offers many ways to get involved. It's a chance to meet like minded Catholic young adults and make lasting friendships. It's a way to help those less fortunate through our many community service programs. And it's a path to enrich your spiritual journey, no matter where you are along the way.

We plan events that are open to all members of the CRC community as well as within suggested peer groups. Please click on the icon's that most interest you!

The Holy Trinity Contemporary Roman Catholics (CRC) provides many opportunities for social interaction, community service and spiritual growth. The CRC sponsors:

  • Community events benefiting children, seniors, the hungry and the homeless.
  • Social events to foster life-long friendships an relationships
  • Community forums, spiritual groups and retreats to help develop, maintain and deepen your faith

Join us! It's a wonderful opportunity to make friends, to help those less fortunate through our many community service programs. And it is a path to enrich your spiritual journey, no matter where you are along the way.


Sunday, March 29, 2015

Palm Sunday After Mass Gathering

Each week following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity dozens of people get together following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity for socializing, eating, beverages and connecting. It is a fun and casual way to meet others in the group in a fun and relaxed setting. You can meet the group on the steps to the church following mass and walk over together or you can meet the group at the bar. It is easy to find us. Bella Luna has been one of the longest running Holy Trinity supporters with food donations. This is a great way of us saying thank you to them! Pay as you go for food and drink. A full menu is available Can I come alone? Yes, many of those attending come on their own. Do I need to be a member of Holy Trinity to attend? No, people come from all over the tri state area to our events. Do I need to go to the 5:30 mass to go to the gathering? No, you can attend your home parish and join us for the party. How long does it last? Usually around 9ish

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Bella Luna

Address: 584 Columbus @ 88th

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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29/03/2015 7:00 pm 29/03/2015 9:00 pm 15 Palm Sunday After Mass Gathering Each week following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity dozens of people get together following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity for socializing, eating, beverages and connecting. It is a fun and casual way to meet others in the group in a fun and relaxed setting. You can meet the group on the steps to the church following mass and walk over together or you can meet the group at the bar. It is easy to find us. Bella Luna has been one of the longest running Holy Trinity supporters with food donations. This is a great way of us saying thank you to them! Pay as you go for food and drink. A full menu is available Can I come alone? Yes, many of those attending come on their own. Do I need to be a member of Holy Trinity to attend? No, people come from all over the tri state area to our events. Do I need to go to the 5:30 mass to go to the gathering? No, you can attend your home parish and join us for the party. How long does it last? Usually around 9ish 584 Columbus @ 88th New York, New York Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com



Saturday, April 04, 2015

Post Easter Vigil Gathering

Every year we continue the celebration of the Easter Vigil with friends old and new at a local bar/restaurant. Please join us following the Vigil at Good Enough to Eat located on Columbus Avenue and 85th street. You can meet us on the sidewalk in front of the church or meet us at the restaurant. If you have never been out before this is a wonderful night to meet and interact with CRC members old and new! We will arrange to have appetizers and snacks for the group and you will be responsible to pay for your own drinks. We ask for a $10 donation per person for the food. If you have any questions contact Dave Cervini at 212-873-2256 or dcrc3@aol.com. Can I come alone? Yes most of those attending will be coming on their own. Your event host will make sure to introduce you to others in the group. How should I dress: Whatever you would wear to mass (leave the Easter Bonnet home) What is the age range? 20's - 40's mostly with a sprinkle of 50's :) How long does it last? The group will likely stay until 1am but you can head out anytime.

Time: 11:00 pm

Place: Good Enough To Eat Restaurant

Address: 520 Columbus Avenue

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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04/04/2015 11:00 pm 04/04/2015 13:00 pm 15 Post Easter Vigil Gathering Every year we continue the celebration of the Easter Vigil with friends old and new at a local bar/restaurant. Please join us following the Vigil at Good Enough to Eat located on Columbus Avenue and 85th street. You can meet us on the sidewalk in front of the church or meet us at the restaurant. If you have never been out before this is a wonderful night to meet and interact with CRC members old and new! We will arrange to have appetizers and snacks for the group and you will be responsible to pay for your own drinks. We ask for a $10 donation per person for the food. If you have any questions contact Dave Cervini at 212-873-2256 or dcrc3@aol.com. Can I come alone? Yes most of those attending will be coming on their own. Your event host will make sure to introduce you to others in the group. How should I dress: Whatever you would wear to mass (leave the Easter Bonnet home) What is the age range? 20's - 40's mostly with a sprinkle of 50's :) How long does it last? The group will likely stay until 1am but you can head out anytime. 520 Columbus Avenue New York, NY Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com



Sunday, April 05, 2015

Easter Sunday Brunch

Still in town or away from your family for Easter?

Spend Easter Sunday with your CRC Family following the 12:30 mass at Holy Trinity!

We'll have a full spread of brunch favorites including: bacon, eggs, pancakes, fresh fruit, muffins, bagels, juices and more.

If you plan to attend another mass, no worries join us just for the brunch!

Please RSVP so we know how much to order.

Time: 1:30 pm

Place: Holy Trinity Parish Center

Address: 213 West 82nd

Price: $10.00

For info contact: Patrick Mercurio

Special Instructions: None


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05/04/2015 1:30 pm 05/04/2015 3:30 pm 15 Easter Sunday Brunch

Still in town or away from your family for Easter?

Spend Easter Sunday with your CRC Family following the 12:30 mass at Holy Trinity!

We'll have a full spread of brunch favorites including: bacon, eggs, pancakes, fresh fruit, muffins, bagels, juices and more.

If you plan to attend another mass, no worries join us just for the brunch!

Please RSVP so we know how much to order. 213 West 82nd NY, ny Patrick Mercurio westieterrier2000@yahoo.com




Sunday, April 12, 2015

After Mass Gathering at Bella Luna Italian Restaurant and Bar

Each week following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity dozens of people get together following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity for socializing, eating, beverages and connecting. It is a fun and casual way to meet others in the group in a fun and relaxed setting. You can meet the group on the steps to the church following mass and walk over together or you can meet the group at the bar. It is easy to find us. Joe's is a new bar/burger place where Soldier McGee's was located. Pay as you go for food and drink. A full menu is available Can I come alone? Yes, many of those attending come on their own. Do I need to be a member of Holy Trinity to attend? No, people come from all over the tri state area to our events. Do I need to go to the 5:30 mass to go to the gathering? No, you can attend your home parish and join us for the party. How long does it last? Usually around 9ish

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Joe's

Address: 480 Amsterdam Ave

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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12/04/2015 7:00 pm 12/04/2015 9:00 pm 15 After Mass Gathering at Bella Luna Italian Restaurant and Bar Each week following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity dozens of people get together following the 5:30 mass at Holy Trinity for socializing, eating, beverages and connecting. It is a fun and casual way to meet others in the group in a fun and relaxed setting. You can meet the group on the steps to the church following mass and walk over together or you can meet the group at the bar. It is easy to find us. Joe's is a new bar/burger place where Soldier McGee's was located. Pay as you go for food and drink. A full menu is available Can I come alone? Yes, many of those attending come on their own. Do I need to be a member of Holy Trinity to attend? No, people come from all over the tri state area to our events. Do I need to go to the 5:30 mass to go to the gathering? No, you can attend your home parish and join us for the party. How long does it last? Usually around 9ish 480 Amsterdam Ave New York, New York Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com



Sunday, April 19, 2015

Welcome Table At St. Francis Xavier Mission

Join The CRC and Catholic Charities of NYC to the Welcome Table at the Xavier Mission!

The Welcome Table is open every Sunday, a day when most other soup kitchens in NYC are closed, the Welcome Table serves 800-1200 hot meals each week. The Welcome Table strives to go beyond food by also providing guests with assistance in obtaining entitlement benefits, free chiropractic treatments, HIV testing and counseling, and voter registration drives.

There are slots available for up to fifteen volunteers to prepare and serve food in a soup kitchen. We will be serving between 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

There’s nothing like giving back and paying forward to make you feel like you spent your day doing something worthwhile.

Time: 11:30 am

Place: Basement of St. Francis Xavier Church

Address: 16th Street Between 5th and 6th Avenues

For info contact: Charles Casiano


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19/04/2015 11:30 am 19/04/2015 13:30 am 15 Welcome Table At St. Francis Xavier Mission

Join The CRC and Catholic Charities of NYC to the Welcome Table at the Xavier Mission!

The Welcome Table is open every Sunday, a day when most other soup kitchens in NYC are closed, the Welcome Table serves 800-1200 hot meals each week. The Welcome Table strives to go beyond food by also providing guests with assistance in obtaining entitlement benefits, free chiropractic treatments, HIV testing and counseling, and voter registration drives.

There are slots available for up to fifteen volunteers to prepare and serve food in a soup kitchen. We will be serving between 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

There’s nothing like giving back and paying forward to make you feel like you spent your day doing something worthwhile. 16th Street Between 5th and 6th Avenues New York, New York Charles Casiano cecasiano@gmail.com




Sunday, April 19, 2015

Pumpkins for People Project: Phase One

Here is a fun and unusual way for you to get involved, meet fun people, get out of the city for a day and help those in need! Our Pumpkins for People Project is a 4 part experience that you can participate in start to finish or help out for during any of the different phases.

Overview

A very generous family in Ulster County is giving us access to large parts of their land where we plan to grow pumpkins, harvest and then sell after masses in the fall. (for Jack-o-Lanterns, Pies, soups, bread, etc). All proceeds from the sales of the pumpkins will benefit programs that directly impact the lives of those in need in the Holy Trinity Community.

How does it work?

We have several dates with different projects.......

Sunday, April 19th: Clearing the land. There are 3 separate parcels that will need raking, clearing, mulching.

Sunday, May3rd: Planting and protecting (planting seeds,setting up fencing) (posted )

September/October 2015: Harvest and sale (dates tbd)

For each of the experiences we ask that volunteers be at the property by 9:30am. You can take the 7:43 train from Grand Central to Poughkeepsie or drive.

We will try to arrange for a priest to join us so we can celebrate mass on the shores of the Hudson River before we begin work. If that does not work please attend a 5:30 Saturday mass.

What to bring: bag lunch, beverages (we will have water), clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. work or garden gloves, sunscreen.

How long will we be there? We plan to work until about 4pm

How do I get from the train to the property? We will have a van pick you up.

If The train is not convenient and you don't have a car: Please let people know below if you are willing to car pool or if you need a ride.

Where is the property? Vinecroft Estate, 1685 route 9w, Esopus/West Park, NY.

What if it rains? We will watch the weather and reschedule

Questions? Contact Dave Cervini at 212-873-2256 or dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com

Time: 8:00 am

Place: Vinecroft Estate

Address: 1685 Route 9W

For info contact: Dave Cervini


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19/04/2015 8:00 am 19/04/2015 10:00 am 15 Pumpkins for People Project: Phase One

Here is a fun and unusual way for you to get involved, meet fun people, get out of the city for a day and help those in need! Our Pumpkins for People Project is a 4 part experience that you can participate in start to finish or help out for during any of the different phases.

Overview

A very generous family in Ulster County is giving us access to large parts of their land where we plan to grow pumpkins, harvest and then sell after masses in the fall. (for Jack-o-Lanterns, Pies, soups, bread, etc). All proceeds from the sales of the pumpkins will benefit programs that directly impact the lives of those in need in the Holy Trinity Community.

How does it work?

We have several dates with different projects.......

Sunday, April 19th: Clearing the land. There are 3 separate parcels that will need raking, clearing, mulching.

Sunday, May3rd: Planting and protecting (planting seeds,setting up fencing) (posted )

September/October 2015: Harvest and sale (dates tbd)

For each of the experiences we ask that volunteers be at the property by 9:30am. You can take the 7:43 train from Grand Central to Poughkeepsie or drive.

We will try to arrange for a priest to join us so we can celebrate mass on the shores of the Hudson River before we begin work. If that does not work please attend a 5:30 Saturday mass.

What to bring: bag lunch, beverages (we will have water), clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. work or garden gloves, sunscreen.

How long will we be there? We plan to work until about 4pm

How do I get from the train to the property? We will have a van pick you up.

If The train is not convenient and you don't have a car: Please let people know below if you are willing to car pool or if you need a ride.

Where is the property? Vinecroft Estate, 1685 route 9w, Esopus/West Park, NY.

What if it rains? We will watch the weather and reschedule

Questions? Contact Dave Cervini at 212-873-2256 or dave@newyorksocialnetwork.com 1685 Route 9W West Park, New York Dave Cervini dcrc3@aol.com




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Homeless Shelter Volunteer Program


The Homeless Shelter program at Holy Trinity Church is a parish ministry run in conjunction with the Faith Based Emergency Shelter Network in New York City. Every Saturday night, from October 19 through May, we serve a hot meal and provide a bed for up to 20 homeless guests in the Murphy Center. Our guests come to Holy Trinity via private bus transportation and have been screened by a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life and transition to permanent housing.

There are volunteer opportunities for set up and cleaning up, cooking a meal, as well as spending the night as a chaperone. If you are interested in any of these positions, and would like to hear more about what the shelter is and what we do, please contact us!

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Please contact the homeless shelter volunteer coordinator and : Mike Griffin at mgriffin@covalagroup.com or 212-527-8011.

Place: Murphy Center 213 West 82nd Street
Price: $
For info contact: James Hulak-jhulak@earthlink.net

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Where to find us:

  • Holy Trinity Church
  • 213 West 82nd Street,
  • (between Broadway and Amsterdam).
  • New York, NY 10024
  • 212.787.0634
  • www.htcny.org

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